An unusual and beautiful color variant of this Southeast Asian species. Sepals and petals are clear apple-green, the lip cream-white, but rather than having the characteristic red patch at front of the lip, it instead has a bright yellow patch. Flowers are very long-lasting. The photo below shows this cultivar in a blubber barrel blooming away into June at Lotusland in Montecito, California. This plant was distinguished with an Award of Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1892 under the clonal name 'Viride'! .Cool growing. March - April blooming. Species from Burma, Southwest China, and Thailand.
With one spike in an eight inch pot, $35. With two, $45. With three, $55.
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